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Old 04-21-17, 01:56 PM   #1
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I have been a photographer for years. One of my passions is shooting old barns/buildings using HDR (High Dynamic Resolution). I thought I'd share some of my work here. Here are a few of my images. They take me back to a much simpler time. Hope you enjoy.

When two lanes ruled


Pre-Civil War homestead




Old hay barn


Fish Pond and barn


Old and Viney


Old addition to a log cabin


Old shed barn


One of my favorites


My family's old peach shed in Manchester. GA


Loft of old peach shed


There's more I'll post at another time if you like. Gotta capture our old structures before they are gone!

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Old 04-21-17, 03:07 PM   #2
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Nice work Love the back roads for taking a drive and some pictures. I recently dumped all my DSLR Gear and went with a single fixed lens camera with no zoom and have discvered how much fun photography is again Keep driving those back roads!
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Old 04-21-17, 03:08 PM   #3
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Nice. Raises the question, you ever shoot the UGA Barn Sign?
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I'd love to learn how to do HDR. I have the software and the camera gear....just not the patience to study it.

Nice work Dog.
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Nice. Raises the question, you ever shoot the UGA Barn Sign?
Not familiar with it.
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Old 04-21-17, 09:17 PM   #6
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I'd love to learn how to do HDR. I have the software and the camera gear....just not the patience to study it.

Nice work Dog.
Not hard to learn. ALWAYS use a tripod and a remote shutter control. I usually take 7 different exposures. Load them in Photomatix. Merge and tone-map to your liking. Edit with Photoshop only for the crop and sharpening. That's it.
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Why do picture always look better than real life?
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What bright detail and contrast I like them all the one with the truck is great.
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Old 04-21-17, 11:01 PM   #9
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Default Old Barn Pics

Hey, Randy....those were some incredible stills of old barns and cabins. I see you are posting pretty much every day now. Hope you are having continued luck in your fishing exploits. I don't get up that way too frequently, but I am still interested in doing a day trip with you up in the high country one of these days soon. I will be going up to Lake Reelfoot in Western Tennessee in mid-May with my brother in law. We hope to get on some good bluegill bedding in the days around the full moon. Keep me in mind, and let me know when you are planning on being up in the north Georgia, NC, or Tennessee area again.
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Not familiar with it.
https://vanishingsouthgeorgia.com/20...ocks-crossing/

http://onlineathens.com/opinion/2012...ck-and-barking
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